Anreise | Ferien in Graubünden, Schweiz.

How to get here

No matter how you’re planning to travel to Scuol, our handy directions will help make your journey as easy as possible.

Arriving by car

Scuol is located in the tri-border region of Graubünden and can be easily reached by car. Plan your journey with this convenient route planner before you leave home to find the shortest and fastest route.

Car transporter train

The Vereina car transporter train is the fastest way to get from Prättigau to Engadin and it’s also the easiest option in winter when the roads may be slippery. The Rhätische Bahn railway will deliver you safely and reliably to your destination.

Arriving by train

Switzerland’s public transport network is among the best in the world. Our trains will get you from A to B quickly, reliably and on time. What’s more, a relaxing train trip through Graubünden will put you in the mood for your upcoming holiday. The Rhätische Bahn railway winds its way through tunnels and over spectacular viaducts surrounded by a breathtaking Alpine landscape.

Train timetable

The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) timetable will show you the easiest way to reach your holiday destination in Graubünden using public transport. Please note that it is necessary to reserve a seat in some trains.

Every hour, a train from Upper Engadin and a train from Disentis arrive at the Scuol-Tarasp station. In Landquart you can catch a connecting train to Zurich or St. Gallen. From the Scuol-Tarasp train station, simply take a bus to the bus stop Scuol, Bogn Engiadina.

German Railways (DB)

The train is the most relaxing way to travel to Graubünden. Board a train in Germany and enjoy the picturesque journey south to Switzerland. The close collaboration between the German Railways (DB) and the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) ensures you will have seamless connections all the way to Graubünden and Scuol.

Luggage and ski transport

The SBB and RhB (Rhätische Bahn railway) both give passengers the option of having their luggage and skis transported from their point of departure all the way to their hotel.

Bicycle transport

When travelling between borders on a train with your bike there are two things you must have: a reservation and an international bicycle ticket. The bicycle ticket costs CHF 20, or EUR 10 in European Union countries. Both include a free bike storage space reservation. This ticket can be purchased from nearly every train station and is valid all the way through to your destination station.

Arriving by air

Many airlines fly to Zurich Airport, as it is one of Europe’s major airports. It is also well connected to the Swiss public transport network, which guarantees you can look forward to a seamless onward journey to Graubünden. There are also other airports in and around Graubünden, such as Friedrichshafen (Germany), Innsbruck (Austria), St. Gallen-Altenrhein, Basel and even Samedan Airport, which is located in St. Moritz at an altitude of 1,707 m above sea level.

Transfer from the airport

In addition to the shuttle buses described below and the Graubünden Express train, the various airports are also connected by the trains of the Swiss Federal Railway (SBB). Within the Graubünden region, there is also the exclusive Rhätische Bahn railway or the Postbus that both depart from Chur.

Graubünden Express

The Graubünden Express is the ideal connection from Zurich Airport, Friedrichshafen Airport and other airports straight to your hotel in Arosa, Brigels, Chur, Davos/Klosters, Disentis Sedrun, Flims/Laax, Lenzerheide, Obersaxen, Pontresina, Savognin, Scuol, Sils Maria and St. Moritz.

Shuttle buses

The Engadin Express between Zurich Airport and Engadin runs every weekend from mid December until around the end of March.

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